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[texts]Planning and Design of Roads, Airfields, and Heliports in the Theater of Operations - Airfield and Heliport Design - Department of the Army

Keywords: military doctrine; airfield design; heliport design; military-doctrine
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[texts]MARKING OF ARMY AIRFIELD-HELIPORT OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE FACILITIES - DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

Keywords: military engineering; marking; army; heliport; operational; airfield; facilities; maintenance; military-engineering
Downloads: 68
[texts]North end waterfront proposal, a preliminary report - Boston (Mass.). City Planning Board
...sets forth a planning framework for a proposed waterfront development project in Boston's North End to consist of open space, a park, a marina, an excursion wharf, a heliport, and ship services; describes existing conditions, gives cost and revenue estimates, discusses general development procedures and makes suggestions relating to the proposed function and components of the plan; a copy of this item was in the BRA collection..
Keywords: Development Projects; Heliport; Marinas; Parks; Open spaces; Parks; Ship Services; Waterfronts; Wharves
Downloads: 49
[texts]NTSB "FACTUAL REPORT" DOCUMENTS FROM SEPTEMBER 11TH 2001 - National Transportation and Safety Board
Two of these files from ntsb.gov contain striking anomalies to what we have been told. Neither of the Boston planes (11, 175) are listed as originating at Boston Logan Airport (BOS).
Keywords: ntsb; report; september 11; flight 175; flight 11; flight 77; flight 93; 1MA3; BOS; Boston Heliport
Downloads: 475
[texts]The Potrero View (April 1987) (Volume Vol. XVIII, No. 3)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Education funding cuts; Harry Britt; Nancy Pelosi; Friendship Garden; Art Agnos; Heliport; Mission Creek sewage spill; Diana Harrison exhibit
[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 1, No. 2)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Wisconsin St. site; waterfront access; China Basin; Warm Water Cove; junior high school construction; Molokans; Neighborhood Arts Program; tree planting on Vermont St; heliport; proposed drug clinic; Dr. George Roth; Richard Reinneccius; Old Goat Farm
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[texts]The Potrero View (May 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 4)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Travelling Library started by Potrero branch of SFPL; heliport protest continues; Pickle Family Circus; Elders for Survival Nicaragua Reunion; community meetings for Synanon site development; personal interest piece on Hill resident Charles Campbell, art collector & gallery owner; Library art show; actor Geoff Hoyle; actor Tony Curtis shoots scene on Potrero Hill
[texts]The Potrero View (June 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 5)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Hill protests baseball stadium proposal; Potrero Hill Middle School students failing standardized tests; memories shared through Oral History Project; Potrero Hill mural concept for 17th and Connecticut released; protest against heliport continues; Showplace Square to expand with new development; Hill activist reports on rally in El Salvador for May Day; Hill against stadium proposal; Middle school wins city track title
[texts]The Potrero View (April 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 3)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Opposition to heliport at Pier 54; Potrero Hill Middle School seeks more diverse staff; eviction; rent stabilization law; Starr King Park to close Coral Road; SF Repertory; Hill painter John Langley Howard; bullying and conflict management at Potrero Hill Middle School; seismic safety of the Hill
[texts]The Potrero View (March 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 2)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Heliport proposed at Pier 54; Synanon Site development; Mission Bay Plan talks continue; challenges for local businesses; Oral History Project started by Potrero Hill Archive Project; Starr King Park to close Coral Road; Fratelli Bologna of Studio Eremos; Theatre Artaud; Food Bank; English translations of Opera
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